They still post the hits from the 1980s when, at the height of her fame, Alison Moyet was recognised for her voice foremost, then 80s make-up and hairdo, jawline and waist -line, the latter two being what record companies would sniff at today.
Here she is being interviewed on TV, now barely recognisable from other slim and tidy looking people. When will record companies learn?
Artists in the 80s, whatever size or shape and there wasn’t much they could do about the fashions (eye roll), sold thousands more records than is possible today so maybe record companies ought to keep focusing on talents as, after all, a good song still sells. Rant over.
Here she is in the 80s singing All Cried Out, with a look and sound that made her famous.
She will be appearing at this year’s Latitude Festival.